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President 2017

For over 23 years, the North Fresno Rotary club has been a source of friendship, enlightenment, and inspiration to me.  Founded in 1948, and with nearly 100 members today, the club has introduced me to a vast array of professionals.  Weekly, we meet for lunch and speaker programs which spawn thoughtful conversations, challenging projects, and hearty laughter.  

Dr. Ray Allen on Air, Water, Soil Since I last spoke at your Rotary Club, Many things have happened on the positive note. We have expanded our operations, which we had just started in 2012 in China to now where we have trees planted in 7 provinces numbering in the millions of trees.
President Elect 2017
Immediate Past President 2017

For over 23 years, the North Fresno Rotary club has been a source of friendship, enlightenment, and inspiration to me.  Founded in 1948, and with nearly 100 members today, the club has introduced me to a vast array of professionals.  Weekly, we meet for lunch and speaker programs which spawn thoughtful conversations, challenging projects, and hearty laughter.  

Treasurer 2017

Details coming soon.

Secretary 2017

David Reuland has been active in North Fresno Rotary since May 1987.  He served as NFR’s 55th President.  He is a Registered Professional Adjuster and retired after 30 years of service with the firm Ronald Bolt & Associates. He specialized in Agricultural property losses with special emphasis on fire claims.  Dave has been married to Debbie since 1983. They have hosted 15 exchange students from all over the world.  His interests include international travel, skiing, time at Lake Tahoe, gardening and of course Rotary. 

Robert Howk on Elder Abuse Elder Abuse is one of the fastest growing crimes in America.
Roger George Fishing for Trophy Striped Bass Presentation of fishing and guiding for trophy striped bass in the Valley. Explaining the tactics, techniques, lures and equipment I have used for the last 35 years to catch giant stripers at San Luis Reservoir and Millerton Lake.
Kimberly Gibson on Crops for the Future Despite California's rich agricultural landscape today, this region does not have any native crops and has historically relied on the importation of crop species from other parts of the world.
Behind the Scenes with Fresno Poet Laureate Emeritus Lee Herrick Hear from Fresno Poet Laureate Emeritus (2015-2017) Lee Herrick, whose two-year term recently ended. He will speak about his experiences, from his appointment by former Mayor Ashley Swearengin, to coaching high school students for the National Poetry Out Loud competition, reading across the United States, to reading at Valley State Prison. Herrick will read some of his poems, and a short Q and A will follow.